“Research produced by the University of Surrey, Australia released the interesting results of a survey about how respondents viewed privacy online. A survey of over 1,600 people commissioned by the digital rights and governance group concluded that nearly 40% of their respondents agreed with the statement.
“There is no privacy, get over it.”
However, respondent’s age groups often reflected generational thinking in their answers and not necessarily in the way that some would suspect. Younger respondents were most probable to disagree with the above statement and older generations aged 70+ were more likely to agree with it.”
You can read the whole article here. Originally published 6th December 2017.